Science Burrito sneaks into your home once more to leave science all over the place like some kind of educational Santa Claus. This time, I thought I’d show you all a bit of what I do for a living. I am a spectroscopist. That sounds super fancy. I am not super fancy. Maybe I’m a … More Spectroscopy – 2 Ways 2 Science
Tonight, between 6 and 10 pm (GMT), prepare yourself for the moderate spectacle and minor astonishment of a partial lunar eclipse. Not only that, but nature brings this mildly amusing side-line/potentially disappointing little brother of the total solar eclipse, to a Harvest Moon. Which, sounds really cool and pagan, and looks kind of pretty I suppose, a … More A good moon rising?
Now the summer is coming into its own (in a very rainy way here in England) Science Burrito brings you the sequel of to the Holiday Blog. Last time I showed you the glory of rainbows and a pretty little bird. Where will we go this time? Sticking with the theme of light, because, hey, … More What I saw on my holiday – Part 2
Science Burrito has returned after a well-earned holiday. And in the spirit of all good summer holidays, will now bore you with holiday photos. Also, in the spirit of returning to school (which I have now done but all you lucky boys and girls have you whole summer ahead) I shall also give a report … More What I saw on my holiday – part 1
Light is the best! I love light! And I’d better, because when I’m not writing Science Burrito, light is my job. I’ve talked about light a fair bit already of course. You know by now that it is light that stops you falling through the floor, and cuts your cheese and that light is one … More The Fantastic Light!